Entrepreneurship. What´s behind the fear?

So more fear. Now, a fear that each one of us can transform into whatever we want: creativity or anxiety? And it goes from time to time... For 20 days I've found myself depending on nothing more than myself to generate income. For the moment I have generated zero. However, I have generated a few expenses... This situation thought quickly generates anxiety, at least in me. Although later and calmly I understand and feel that it is as it should be. From there what I continue de

What will set you apart? (If you know it, and do something about it)

Knowing and acting based on deep knowledge and understanding of some basic concepts. We are part of something much bigger than ourselves. Magic will not happen if we are not ready for the magic to happen. 1. We are going to die at some point 2. We are not cleverer than someone else 3. Life is not a solo mission 4. We the people need each other people to be happier 5. Finding what makes us happy 6. Getting rid of toxic people (or getting to know how to deal w

Why we should help others more (even those we call strangers)

Firstly because there are so many proofs and studies done in the last 100 years confirming what many philosophers were already knowing. It does make 99% of human beings happier and more complete in their lives. Researchers from Oxford University concluded that being kind to others causes a small but significant improvement in subjective well-being. The review found that the effect is lower than some pop-psychology articles have claimed, but also concluded that future research

Learning from close encounters with death. Kepa Acero’s Testimony

It’s a pleasure to start this post, literary citing one of my most admired people using literally his words after the recent accident suffered surfing at his beloved Mundaka. If he was already one of the most time and life self-aware persons I have ever listened to, now this taking place, it seems like everything he was predicting came true. Thank you Kepa for sharing such powerful insights with us, and so it goes, from Kepa’s Video “The vast majority of the things we are afr

To be, or to do, that is the question

According to the history, to be, or not to be is the opening phrase of a soliloquy spoken by Prince Hamlet in the so-called "nunnery scene" of William Shakespeare's play Hamlet. Act III, Scene I Possibly in today’s world, the most valuable currency you can have is to walk the talk, or in another words do and comply with the things you promise or say almost every day, regardless of if it’s in a working environment, to family, friends, or via WhatsApp. We live in world of const

I'm that guy pushing the button

When the traffic light just went green for the cars to go. I’m that m****r-f****r turning around when an old person is standing in the bus or train whilst I’m comfortably scared thinking about losing my place. I’m that stupid guy not giving a shit when parking my car and not foreseeing well that extra space I’m taking out for another person to park. I’m that fool that takes twice the portion of what I need because I want it all me, regardless of the next ones to come. I’m tha

Merry Christmas, Merry Attitude (every day of your life)

I would like to take this moment to wish you all the best and encourage you to invest the content I’ve put together in a trilogy of books published in since 2011 to 2017 called “A life in a second”. You can buy them in Amazon, Bubok or Google Books. English Books Amazon Kindle – The biggest fake, All dogs are Labradors, A life in a second English Books Bubok Paper Back, Kindle – The biggest fake, All dogs are Labradors, A life in a second English Books Google Books Paper Back

We don't have more time

Than the time we already have and had. No one is ensuring us, me or anyone we are making it to the next day. There is no past, nor future. Those concepts both live in our minds. For sure they are not what is happening now, which is the essence of who we are. We are not our past, what we accomplished, our title, our job, our role, neither our future. We are just the one thing we have done and how we have done it at the very last second. This is who we are, our last second, our

When you think “it’s over”, but you still have 10.000 laps to go

Or as the most masterminded and hearted ones would say, it takes 10.000 times to conclude “I tried enough”. Michelangelo, Aristotle, Newton, Michael Jordan, Steven Spielberg, Robin Sharma, Joshua Waitzkin, Tim Ferris, Greg Mckeown and other not so well-known names practiced that thing they believed in, with a very concrete and unique pattern in common: they never gave up, until they made it, whichever it was what they believed in or they wanted to accomplish. They kept practi

You are not your CV (but much more)

According to a CNBC recent study 3 out of 4 people are caught by recruiters on a “lie” or on a not real statement on their CV. But this post pretends to go way beyond that conclusion. Yet the most important assets which build our CVs are: who we are now and how we behaved (the power of intention – check Wayne’s Dyer masterpiece) during the last second lived when our CV was being questioned or analyzed. Who we are now and how we act this very present second is all that matters